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Gallery: Williamstown-Waverly glass mural nearly complete

A glass mural at the new Williamstown-Waverly Elementary School is nearing completion. The mural is a collaboration between artist Jack O’Hearn, Artsbridge and Wood County Schools. (Photo by Michael Erb)
The yellowjacket mascot is immortalized in a glass mural at the new Williamstown-Waverly Elementary School. (Photo by Michael Erb)
The glass mural which is located in the cafeteria of the newly constructed Williamstown-Waverly Elementary School. It was designed with input from students. (Photo by Michael Erb)
The mural contains hundreds of pieces of broken glass and ceramics donated by community members, including pieces of Fenton glassware. (Photo by Michael Erb)
A dragonfly hides among the hundreds of pieces of glass used to construct a mural at the new Williamstown-Waverly Elementary School. (Photo by Michael Erb)

WILLIAMSTOWN — A glass mural in the new Williamstown-Waverly Elementary School is nearly complete.

The mural is a collaboration between artist JacK O’Hearn, Artsbridge, and Wood County Schools. O’Hearn has been assisted by artist Melony Gingery. The glass was donated by community members and includes pieces of Fenton glassware. The new school, which is slated to open this fall, sits on the site of the former Fenton Art Glass factory.

The mural sits in the new school’s cafeteria and was designed with input from Williamstown and Waverly students.

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